Grateful Dead Live at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall on 1972-11-13
master #1: AUD MR>C>D>CD recorded by Bear
(//Playing through Casey Jones// is all that circulates from this source)
master #2: low generation AUD
(supplies the rest of the show); via Uli and Julian; Seeded to etree by Hanno B
Subject: Came for the Dark Star
Subject: Solid set list
Subject: DS->DEW Delight
I wouldn't call the first 2/3rds of this Dark Star extraordinary (especially for '72 standards), but the last third of this version is the cat's meow! The patient listener will be rewarded with a piece-meal brewing of electrical dissonance that finally festers into an explosive orgasmic release of sound that segues into a bouncy "philo-stomp" before morphing into a peppy "feelin'groovy jam" that's played in double-quick time. Dig it, folks! What follows is a sweet MD that delivers like a good MD should.
As far as quality of audio goes, Owsley "Bear" Stanley's AUD is a top tier '72 recording. Listen and cherish, folks.
I have some shows you might be interested in for a nice trade.
Subject: Most Complete
In particular, this is the best source for Dark Star - both the Cotsman and the new GEMS files of this show use the same Bear AUD, which has a 100-second cut in the middle of Dark Star. This is the only source (so far) with a patch to fill the gap. It probably won't be long before somebody does the patch for the GEMS version, though.
Subject: where 's the files?
where are the files to dl?
this is an aud ...
anybody? why is this unavailable ?
this is an awesome show ... i have part of this on a cd i dl'ed and burned years ago ...would'nt mind to get the whole show complete ....
Subject: Click on other copies!
Subject: There are no files here to download, listen to, or review.
72 heads check it out!!
Subject: Soulful show, sound quality is rough
Subject: Vitriol Revised
Subject: Show 3 / Sound 4(Bear) and 2(the rest)
Subject: Stop complaining!
As for the show, as judged solely on the MUSIC, it gets a five. The Dark Star>Dew is gorgeous and equally as good as the 9/21 DS>Dew. The climax/Tiger jam is incredibly spooky; you can literally feel the heat pour out of your speakers during this sequence. If only I had been old enough to see a '72 show...
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